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THlE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT
Vol. 8.
ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 31, 1919
-ICANDIDATES FOR GOV. Il\ETB IUg _P i
wCYTMM..'r B ('[RDU f, : 1 I " ...... -- -= ".... ...
Who Is Your
Banker?
Did it ever occur to you that this bank
was organized because there was a real
necessity for such an institution in our
community? That because of our exist
ence many are privileged to the benefits
of a HOME BANK?
Patronize home industry by making use
of this bank. We offer you every con
sideration possible, found in good sound
banking.
Ii
Commercial Bank
Arcadia, La.
P1
THERE IS NO ARGUMEWT AGAINST l1
If you are without I
' insurance, it is "
either carlessness, ;
neglect or oversight. b
We are trying here tt n t
to call your atten- th
tion to a most im
portant matter.
OgV R est Companies
IE A"INSURANCE OF EVERY Ct
9E AKIND KNOWN TO MAN" ui
Why Not Now?
f you contemplate buying Jewelry of any kind, """
ou should not put it off. Take advantage of
ut well selected stock and buy now.
o d a k s and Supplies, Pianos and Columbia $m
rafonolas and Records. e4T I
Expert Watchk Repair Work
. C. PIPES Jeweler e:t
iin th
)ES FINED IN MAYOR'S
COURT FOR FIGHTING
Mayfield and Lizzie 'l'honaJs,
igoes, were arrestecd MonIItay
led In .ll yor's colurt, oil 1t
of fIglitiih within the city
)II Friday night. Bioth eutored
)f glilty nll were lineld $2.,0)
ts of the court, and 30 days
street, In default of payment,
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T`'he reason hy over s~i thou§lid attraction. People have come to real- they have a deposit slip for money p
farmers have their banking btusitimi ize that this bank offers more than .left in this bank, it is backed up by
'with u., lies beyond the itterest which safety, that is counseland advice, and the United States Government and it Surplu . . . 32,S00.00
they pay on loans or what they receive facilitits for assistanee, Problems are is as safe as safety can be made. If
for that is obtainable elsewhere. presented to them daily, investments you need money come to us, if you Stockholder, Liability 58,000.00
Safety anl Security are the empelling and transmitting money, they know have money leave it with us. You
reasons for many, but that is not all, that this bank takes no chances with will be welcome to use this bank in
Beyond these reasons lies a greater their hard earned dollars and when any money matters. IUTT . . 132,50000
Total Earnings Since Organization, Over $246,000.00
The First National Bank of Arcadia
Nai oa .r c no .1.14".1
LOST on MIMPWAVED)
All panrtles are )ertPhy nlotifld lnot
to buy 1lor tl'l~tl# for, Wtoek Certificate
No, 70, of the lry(elanll State Bank,
sahi etertifilate representing 14 sharl,ýe
of the stock of said ballk, atiu is the
property of the Ullle'rsiguet, Thlil t'r
tlflckte w ,it Ito" oI t 01 ilF l8tirel
l'y lp Srtlwo that 11 I!i Iuiier, 1i17 o0
Julrui'y, 191,
This the 20th dlay of June, 1919.
Ul,4 J. N. JONES,
Brycelaud, La,, .-26 T-31-6t,
CANDIDATES FOR GOV.
ERNOR GETTING BUSY
Full Number Of Candidates For Got.
ernor Still nrfertain-Likely
To Be Four
Ac'ording to a s5pecial from New
(1)'li11ls to Ih( Shrevelport Ti'l s'n , dat
el ''uesi, y. July 2!lth. "for the lhst
tile ll lue the villididlates for governlor
lllll(llt(ll , . t ('il Itlllpai;ll has betgull to
shale p Ihbtlog d('fiuihe lines. 'The
article which appleared ill tle 'l'imes is
as follows
New rhleans. July 2!).- For the first
time since the eandidiates for gover
(Ior lllo1111o1n1(lee i, e (' Illll)aign begIuni to
shlape up Ili bu definite lines today
with the arrival of I'ongressm:lt'(' ,J. Y.
Sabid'rs anlldl liaolr Blreaeale, lld the
deelaration of Samlers "that I am ill
this tight to the ijnish and111 til the
nii rshallhg of taoili shdr emfwy cu fw
ballots are 'ounted in January," lllll
the Imarshalinllg f the Stubbls forces at
another hotel. aild their (lefilite an
llHlu('ieeto f tlhit the Sltllb  ('nllllii!gii I
will he formally opened Iln 3oroe Sat
rd lay. August 10. and t4hat Ileadtluart
'ers will be opeled at New Orleans ad(1
some othellr point. possibly Alexandr'ia
or ` Sir\,elc ort. blllout leptelelllt 1.
'ol igI'ressil ii Salderl5 allIP Ill secret
of his intention to exerciset all the
lpower hle Imse,(sses hi this guernallto
rial light. "1 Will remain lit the state
utilitil Septelmher 15." ,ie said.
iiilietjiorns today lltoid to c'rys
tallizatio1l of political forces of the
state rll , lll' thl dfllc l lit (,les of ('Col. 1
Stllibbs atlld ir. reiazeale., with flh 1e
status of Speaker lhewitt lhouanehaud ti
still uidefined. ('lose friends of the
sieaker said today (that l wout all- til
olltlel upon the return of GovernorII
Pleasanlt fro'm Vinnii ille.
SIr. flrl'oa'ale, denied that lll're were
ally leguotiations etweeeit himself aml
the leaguew. It Was ul(erstood, how
ever, that it ('oiferent'e(' was sehedilelh i
will Salhlers partl('ilpatin . hIr. lhtea- ý( i
i zeae sahl dolgaltions from eight par- 111
islhes had nalhled ulpol him at hIi. ni me
ill Naetchittoches.
tri
tllalor fH. (. lields. of Farmers.
ville, a Stubs supplqortr. w"who partiIl
Patltd Monhy. returned to his honurl,.
AE. II. Fisher. of Artlla., superintetnd.
pe't of luecation of liTen'ille, antd W.
D I). I(off, attorney, of Areahlia. joined RE
. the Stubbs conferei e today.
"We regard Col. Stubbs, Is strong
ill BiM(nville and throughout North 'I
Lofisina." they said.
It w5s tltouillottd from Liberty wht
Ilguel heatdquatrtlersr that their first git
statewide mass ImeeIlPting would I1e hit' rld
at the Athenaeum. this city. about !110 the
mil lilll of August. at which all "ilde- h
penllett" mllltliates will bIe inliteld to 5(111
speak. 'l'hit state tonv'eltio. deslgtnd ets
tti slec(t a full statth ticket, will fol- ed.
low ill abllout three weeks.
MINI)EN MEN ORGANIZE BANK
TO BE LOCATED AT HEFLIN by.
"'TlhI Balink of Ileflin" is the title of to
a corpolratiolt organlzeld lt Minidenl this the
week for the lurlpose of oleratil a
baink at Hleflin, this parish. 1Th# li
c'rorltrat.rs of the ('collc'l'i re p. Il.
Drake lt. Tho'. Cr'hltoll, . L. Whit.
marslt. ., (J. E'ergusol,Ul, all|l It, H. Nil-· Ti
letr 'rhe cpiltal t(ILk hi (I1 m t the
$1,)I.0, all of whlich has lboee subras,.. tati
edl l,y thle abmoe ftve mI1, Io
Tl'he prea't tplan I to leg,,in busi- iI
tISs sHolIme timi tthp ('muitig fa ll. Issi- 'oun
bly ly Nov~(bler 1. A. . Hartdem -I t,
•nw conuc'te ll iih thll' Bank of Min- If tl
del Is said to ei slaid for ('ci shlt'er (f tf i
the "lw' batk. The chart(er of this ie.. Act,
est fi lllatli llltuet ios lelu puhlislle l T eitt
11l the Si"g;~l th!n \we~k. F. H. Drake $11,
ito tllt  It P ildeit, Uah fl'hos. (!ricllh- tii
'ton, "c.-prtwidntt Both Ihol similar a(t
Itoffic$ tt the Bank of Minden.-Web.
ster Hllglnl. ust
t -_.----O-----. SOure
E .I )SS ag're that tU cases o ato h1
,, (tts, Burns, Brtises d Wttomls, the Ni tic
F 'ITITiATI11'NNT Is most imporli i th
jali. Wlia a In EFFIINT antiselth i tht
is tapptl)t promptly, there ls no dtangert
of ilnfectolnl ul 11 'h wounlld I,,ills to
lIhal at onc(i'. F'or ise OI 111 maui oi 1has' it tlI
0lOZUN'I: is the IDEAI, ANTI. Natio
SEPTIC and HtEAI\IN(G AGENT. Bu.3
it now atid he readty for an emergenlcy. ltii
Sold by Modern,PhVarmacy, Druggist. avln
S WAIVE PIAYMENT BAC('
PIREMII'MS ON \'ET POLI('1.
BUSY )ischrged Service Men Call Renew
Their Government Insurance And
or Gov. Escape Old Charges
ely
\\Wa'shigtun, .1 lly 2I , i. lisc'har ed
,mCrViie ieeii IdIy let I liei g 'fjri aw
ll New inrllle, n le . Wpsi' were given the priv.il
PeZ of rielstlastiln their oliciies with
l i hrst ill 1S molnths withiolt plia3en t of litelh
'ern l reliinlus, ulldl"r Ian order signell1 y(s
'gull to terday ly Secretary (;Glass.
'The The IInw rillstatenlellit re Illatioll
iles is le of a11 lim Per1' uilde'r Pollsilerallio n
designed to make it possible for ev ery
Ie first dishargued sohlier., sailor anid marine
goer- to loltillnue goverllalllm t illslllcl'e after
,,Ilin returl to civil life, i regarded ias the
todiay mll.st liberal ever offered by anlly i ll
I 1. l. sull'e ori anizal tion.
l lie 'FlThe only requirenilit is that thile
1a1 ill ll ' requestilg ereillsaten(lllt mlust (he
ii the in as .goodl healtl as at ithe lime of V
euifW discharge, aid mallust pay the prelmilumn
and for tilhe e 110o11tlh of grace Ill which '
('es at his illml'ralce was (othillned after he '
e all- stoppeld payilent, lldl the premium for
jIPlagl (the ulimlllts ill whic.h Ihe requested re- oi
h S it- instatement. IPrlnlilums for the inter- "
liart- 'elljilg lllhlllhs will not he required. Ill
s mii - i
(l'rii GREAT PANAMA LOCKS SI('. th
1. CEEI) IN LIFTING WARSHIPS a,
eceret -
I lh First Attempt To Put l)readnaughts
1n ti- Through Waterway Succeeds
With Pacific Fleet
Flr (deailllugllts of the 'a('lile
ts- fleet, the New Mexic'o, .\lka;lllss, T'exasl
t mleii New York, were liftel) st'('rssfu rl.
il. ly throghll the (sltll lo lck Frilay,.
tie 'llis Was the first attempt to liegotiate rir
d the Waterway with Ia fleet of dread- t
the lighls i( they spelt ile light a1
n' hellred ill the fre.rh wa(te of (atull the
Slaike, S. feet ishoeli' the es lev.el.
The dreillldtai lllts i r5ei1lleI their tl'ri
sere towaldl the Il('ifl Ill' ahll Satiirdlay, a,
wl Which time lit, Mississlppi nail Wyo. t
)011" llill . 11o " ('o 1111 l
l will ('oIm11I1e11 tIh pssage of the2
ea i- 'anal. Ad. miral Ilhigl 1toillhali, i coin.111 (' t
llar- Illll if lthe fleet. wilN pleased with the 11ine
, S(. (,,ess. of the li'est stage of Ils le ('ial ll Ii
trip. 7'
rs The old h Iall'shi(ps Georgh 1111d Vir that
lulith jeined tile fleet at ('olo ll Mit hat- ill
me. urday after thile New Mexico lall oiled i's8
11- at Ctoll, 1N1111
W'. o - . of gi
itle RESIDENCE OF B. E. LOWERY llu1(
THREATENEI) BY FLAMES I'
11i nit ill
rt h l'Th residlel'e ~ o~ -i.. f, MeosIy s
alllight il fire slhoUt Illoll Mlollny. mlll IIall e
ety wheji the blaze wtis dixcoi'elell it had detil
rst gIiceL ('Olisideralle IleaIdwl.i, Thet, r'e eintl
'hlevilntly 'caught from ll a slal'k ILtwveeJ iort.
1 the roof 1ul(l (ellhg of tile kitchen. rtie
le-The '1alar1 was gihven anl issistlln stal(in
to sooi arrivedl, Irillgilng plentllly )of Inek- over
I'lelts anil a blucket brigade was organlli- a we
- ed. Peltiy of wltel' WlS w h lt!i1 zlul esteul
by good. ('ool hleallell sn.teitlel workIlll 1
onl thle part of tile volulteer th'e fighlt
ers, the holuse. s well as othi A
IN l,v. werleI save frotwi. .4 neair- 1 roll
by the flames. \ eit g ilest royei t 'act
of to MIr. I · S it was', , the Eiliile Ihe
01W " ll llr I' h pln ('oltillnlei toll he r
is the kltt'l11 rootf a11(! ceiling, rig bi
p, ------._' igI
. IV YEARS GROWTH Th
I, OF NATIONAL BANKS lcul
it. I
ItI he growth and progress shown by la
Sthe Iatlollal hunks of the United tl.t,
. Rtatu in the live . .rs I. ast Iia. e ha: d 1
i)o parall'l In tlue history of hal.nki.g s so
n1i-ll finance in this or an11 other ed a.
coulntry. dlerst;
.O . Jaluiary 13: 1114 at the lime ville.
of the first enil aft 4ar th e approval oft T
,f tie p'idhent of lthe Fed1eral RIeselrve ,
Act, the resour'es of the Nalltional 'l,
I"las of tile 1'. S. amoulteul to
$11,:55.:hi . Tl, Ilumhller of a.- .lili,
tional thaks at that tilae was 7,4: I ry('
ainul the a~ (,ii1
r an he as r"l(age deposits tof ea(ch haik
ust $ ,1r 61.00 e Nlot( iher 1st,
just fur 'ci'vs later the total ire- ill
SOu's of Natiollnal Illllks 'llloulteel Ihe'
to $1!).821,404().00, anl tile tlumber of "
,Natlonal Baniks was 7,754 the growth
in the assets of the National Bank. TIhVO
in the last live yearls ii been gleater
thdu the increllase whtich took plae(.
in the I)i'ec(edinlg 25 years.--The First .ja,
National Bank of Arcadia. of twe
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l'al'r the joy of saving. Buy Wa'r froina
Savings Stamps regularly, given
o SUIMARY OF OIL AC.
Rolm TIVITIES FOR THE WEEK
(il Activities Increasing-Eight Loca.
tions Already Made. More Ex
a red pe'cte'd In Short Time
ri'l. T'l'e interest ill oil dt'veltpmlienillt inl
'ýill- (l ses tl:li ilv l fii lh'lvillh parish, :.;1
f hack ill evel'ry fse't li l til' p', tle are wakini
1) to lilt l)' . possibilities lh th l itl4.
All il stlatioll of this fact is :ll
ulati (ll he I'rou l S. htil we 11(] nOi t kll ow l hll
trat ulnthenti it tlay hle. Anlyhlow. heril e is
(,very the story
mai lne 'hrou bh Br II ke & (Iri.,.,ly, ](wel]
I lfte relal esthlt cloneerlhll ]l(' lillr 1,(lNes
as the herei'. Ir. Fred W. l 'enteº.l wal s ofl
fi 'l(- f'red $1;l0.0 fir I ase oill ) cerl inh
N al t'es. huit d(''elied ti lhe offer. ,1
It the W 't'k Liter. Ill(e salte h'firul' went 11
LSt he Mr. Penti,.eost aiml thl him tl(hey i'ed(
Iie of d (11 l lulr e , llt( ( i l l 1t in drll l S\ ...
'uiai ('itlract all ll ,' l Vi free the si(ime
which tract which iMr. P'enlite('ost hal refus.
(r he e' to lease for $1t;0.i0.
I for A Ati persent :her'e are h('Igit localthos
Sre (m whliieh dr ill ti is In aicla I prougres,
inter- o' where iderri.ks ar'e eling t'reet (d'
'el. l)rl)tlratory to drillint. 'Wh1ere hill
iag is ineig doue. it is repolrted that
the formaition ill thlie varitas lu' itions
IllPS Ii( i'vry similar to the formlf tiolun in
the ('lahilitin' oil tlihis.
gights ''he RinIgg l ()il & (li 'o(.. ('r illil t
jit.*aly N)o. 1, ihave reaiched a depith
of 12t)) feet ait are settilng .N in. ('a.
3lui iiihi. NIt. I, ii
oXls 1ilill l'p, 1,ll t( I llichillery bing set.
Iful. ready to drill.
WI't'a t thrd N io, 1, 1. 1l1'lr i T lyhl . (,
i.ik tmling eret't( iild i lat'hinerye realy
fito Ie set.
11 Tli le (lenrrh k thas teet co(lll]etelt( 1l1(
ltel t ile htl]inei''y is tvoW helinlg set retiyv
futr drillig oil the M('luire tract just
f'i ll . a t of Ari'ad .ia
Ne'(w York interests have cntrl 'attetd
to drill a well tilt flie Bert DaviM turat
toseven ( mile miulth i of A\('(atia. In See.
the 219. '1'p. 1. I. s., ilb ers havie been
tl that drilli 'i'g will t, till ( O111' all the
llt. altler loilition ltar tallehs. this par
let,! is l. T" Im ''relk has 'lienl ere'tei( for
Soie( tihe. ut owi(hlg to the (iflh'ulty
of getihtg thle lheilvy iea('lllelry aneross
aIthlk luake ilhe w(ork has tleeli d(le, y
ES (. August 15th is the flnal lhiilt for
actual (hilling i tIo l l in l prl'gress,
.iidl large of thr e lse wtrl'k a riiu all t le
lad tethllM (tf ge(tt'ig ready to drill. ]repr
ire seInhlg '. . T. i, lkerson. of Shreve.
luort. who hlas ltaken iver theseI prolp
lt stild thle tra.t invol'vl el itprlse.j
- 'over N. tiXe)l'att'l. ,tar. iAck Irs -
lt estei . it, ill )] rt.)l '~. .,avily inttr
rk 11(1 sq"'' It . etin. i ll line slhnd,
i.t-' .iate, with the howe )il Co.
A liiatlthon has lien linlIte less than
nr- 1 mile west tf liisland ln thi e ('alhounl
ed tract. Set. 2.. Tp. 15, R. 7, west, and
] the derrick is lieig enetrel and wlil
Sle reatidy for ithe iistallautin of the
rig )y the ('1d (of tie week. The di
Thi.,, test Is being made y several near
w1'eall'hy Iankors o)f Mareeline. o. .
DI)vls-firiwn Oil ('i., of Shre('eport. i til
hiave hitl]e t lication on the Jirilaln uliet
traet five miles stiutlleast itt Bienville, they ir
d alnl will begin drilling .Jor'dan No. I in an
as e OOi ai the derrick 'i lie ('omph.t'ivil t
. ed 1( Inuchtnery inistahled. We un- tenants
derstand the mlachin(ery is now at Bill- know
Si'ille. rat'y to monie to the location. n
- Three othe. lohu'tions will prolialy on the
1) aito)ul<.ed within fhl, next few
dhli . 'll l i will l irolblbly hI nrdih sl(- tlie phi
where, in thf' t('eiriltiry hietweetn Ar- r W
'aidia. (Gitslaiti. tI. Lehaiiit ai '( '
Oil nmcii fronj vna 'ious ('pltfers ai'e t ired, t
vihwivng tlhe i(tive operlf inht. in Illhen- la<rger.
ville lurish wii h imuch ihierist, ala!d hy a ii
ih 'ir ''!reselit.ltivres a re wat(']hing (leC. nient.
i(lthI)l.ent (.hosely. t('r hol
S--- -.- - - skeleton
TWO HUMAN SHELETONS have hle
' 1'NCOVEREi) NEAR AJAX ctininet
* -- ' ence w
t Ajx. Ia.. .July 25.--Th(,lue nnv '(riing
of twt hllllln i sktle'ht'ttns Ity lit' i'r ill
W ti''r l)iiuri hg iIn hllir shallhow ira' ljy p or
I' fro mll a si tat shiftl(it from a <iste.i Im s iti lS hl
given rise to iiiu<:1i spl(''Ulation plel', e ur ,pIt'
Nothing contributes more to the comfort and at.
Sin triactiveness of the home than good Furniture, and
our line of F4urniture was never more complete.
S We have some attractive Bledroom Suites, Dining;
Room and Library Sets, and( mac seperate pieces
such as Dressers, Vanity Dressers, e Eas'r
Rockers, etc. Prices within the reach of all, Also
or;i a good line of Refrigerators.
I! A ITHE OLD RELIABLE
ii . s IIMI FURNITURE MAN
COMPLETE LINE OF
SGENUINE FORD PARTS
It is time to replace the worn parts in your FORD,
s so as to avoid dangerous aceidents and worri
some delays.
' l We carry a complete line of
GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES
INNER TUBES, Etc.
In fact anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attention to
all orders.
R. D. SIMS
I ARCADIA, LA.
lt i t
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' A Specialty pewrite
I[] All Kinds of Printed Stationery
THE BIENVILLE DE1IOCRAT, ARCADIA
The disilternenlt occturred oln a farm
al near here belonging to J.1. . Webster,
Sr. Three theories halve been express
't. ed; that the skelet,ons are those of
u1 ancient. Indian mound builders; that
te. they are the remalis hof soldiers killed
I in all unrecordled skirmish during the
'- civil war, and that they belonged to
1- tenants of Sibley Hill, Ils the place was
i- klnown ait one timlie.
"A nl 11 Iamelld Sibley hald a st ore
on the localion ai ollut the time of the
C 4'iilt war." J. T. Webster owner of
lthe pllae declared. lth skeletons
were placed in a s1hallow grave and
Iwere inll good state of preservatio n.
TheyS are .Up~sed to h ve h1o ,(bn 1r111
Sd(ered, as the skull of one of the, tlhe
1h larger, was (rushed in. re('umably
d hy ii elib or 0some other suc(h instirlu-.
lient. A. small pot. resembling n wa
teor bottle. was founnd by the smaller
skeleton, lb d set tlers of t his sect ion
have been uhable to identify them or
('i1lle0('t theill with ally sinister o(c( ll
rence within their recollectionls.
tio(n have at hear.t-to.hbrt talk with
yl lor ,Pocket-hbook.
in JOHN PAUL JONES PLAYING
r, GOOD BALL ON CANADIAN TEMIM
of John I'aul Jone, . professional L1il
it player, whose parents live here. write s
1 fronm TI'tl onto. ('aadaiu. to friends lhre
t, flhtl lh' is having nt a sire'ssful sunm:er
rtt aiind that lihe is winning most of Ilis
Isganies. 11 is pitc'hing for the Toronto
(ull . John Paul enclosed with his
.(, ':l1111llcUl lha ioli a liheral ollnri)butinll
tt hip s pa)slor sialii iy here. Its t'i(leti 'e
Ihat lie wishes to keep the home fires
biitninig.
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'Th lth' esirces of National Tniiks
]oW ('x,'('tsl 1111 morI thIan a billion
lolhir,4 the 'onI hiljit' rep url'a*s of all
Slit' Staat' lhilks. S:Villis fanks,
1_ I'ivat:le I.hinlks : dI I 'Prlist COllm nll,'s
. iof this counrny.. The First National
. Bank of Arcadia.
ii ---------
r TAKEN UP
Ta'likl 1p ol imy phli(re foul Iniilesi
Sothllwes of .Areallia. tlhrpe ('ols tik.
st'rihtd 'l s follows: , ' s)11 rre'l Il tI'0 ;
vli i'(,s Ill l'ro a11(1 o ll p  ji''(' horse, all
hav l if g il(' 01i' 11Il' s1  ,'kiull fe(t unil
I a ll :IlPui'ar i o It l oa h l 2 y tars old.
Th, owner of Ilhe abov t dehsribd't
allinials is ht'r'y oittified to t'all and
prtoe Plp'lrty. pay keeper's fees antd
other o(tsts li11(1 take sme aiway or
these ('olts will Ih sold at pillec sale
to the lasi and lhig;hsi Idtltler for cash
withil lita ,l sle hoturs on
SATt'RI)AY, AUG. 16th, 1919
ini li('('l''4lalll't' with theI pro' visiolls of
Stork Law of Ward 1. lheur'ille Par.
ish. .a. su le will ,e hlvid at my
fa'in, kil vil as lth 'lll' r nl, k p)lae.
This the 10t1 d(a"y of .billy. 11, L
o , ' , lG. W. GREEN,
RECEIVERS' NOTICE
{e'ei\''ership'i) of the, Ilry&''tlnd Mhrt'ian,
tile ('vilip:thry, ilnl(orporated. No. 2.",
lH''ivriIhp lI)o'ket. Th''liird JJuldciat
IDistrit i 'ourt, Jietville Parish,
Staft'l of l,t.itisiau;n.
.N'titve i. hrit'i, ::itvetl Ihat ft. [,
a.\tkil,:. [ ,' i' P! ha ttis (lly flgyl
hi> ' .. ,, l ,! i, !C!v., :-ateilntll , t1i,
fia'l ,e n lt .'!'1 I'king that the
!'r1: rty hr' tur' .l bac('k to the ('corpora.
ti"t, aurl uiles opp(isltion be made
thereto within the time preserilthed by
law, the s5ale will lbe duly homologated
as prayed for.
Witness the Hlonorable J. E. Reyn.
olds. Judge of said ('ourt. This the
17th day of July, 1919.
W. J. MURPHY,
.. , . Clergy 4 li Court,

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